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Gooo
post Jul 6 2009, 01:13 PM
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Hi

I'm not sure if it is possible to do the following.

I've got an html page with a black background. On it I've got 2 images that are absolute, the top image is the logo, and the bottom image is an image map (the links are on the left side).

Now I want to add a form on top of the image map, and center align it.

I know how to make the images absolute and do the image map, but I just can't think of a way to make the form display on top of the other images. Can you make a form absolute as well?


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pandy
post Jul 6 2009, 08:54 PM
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Sure. But note that the parts of the image map that are overlayed won't be clickable. Question is why you need to make everything 'display: absolute' though.
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post Jul 6 2009, 11:26 PM
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It's fine, because the form isn't taking up the whole page. The image map is 800px in width and the form is only 500px.

If it's not absolute, how else can I make it?
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post Jul 6 2009, 11:35 PM
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Depends, haven't seen the page. Maybe absolute is a good option, but it usually isn't, not used all over the place.
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